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Enhancing the Competitiveness of Small and Medium Enterprises in Uganda (ECOS) - Technical Advisor: Quality Management and Market Development

The "Enhancing the Competitiveness of Small and Medium Size Enterprises project (ECOS)" in Uganda aims to increase the competitiveness of 1,000 Ugandan SMEs with the overall goal of creating employment and improving the employment situation of workers through increased income, secured jobs, and improved working conditions.

Tasks of the Technical Advisor: Quality Management and Market Development:

Enhancing the Competitiveness of Small and Medium Enterprises in Uganda (ECOS) - Technical Advisor: Innovation and Digitalization

The "Enhancing the Competitiveness of Small and Medium Size Enterprises (ECOS)" project in Uganda aims to increase the competitiveness of 1,000 Ugandan SMEs to create employment and improve the employment situation of workers through increased income, secured jobs, and improved working conditions.

 

Tasks of the Technical Advisor: Innovation and Digitalization:

Enhancing the Competitiveness of Small and Medium Enterprises in Uganda (ECOS) - Technical Advisor: Access to Finance

The "Enhancing the Competitiveness of Small and Medium Size Enterprises project (ECOS)" in Uganda aims to increase the competitiveness of 1,000 Ugandan SMEs with the overall goal of creating employment and improving the employment situation of workers through increased income, secured jobs, and improved working conditions.

Tasks of the Technical Advisor: Access to Finance

Enhancing the Competitiveness of Small and Medium Enterprises in Uganda (ECOS) - Deputy Team Leader

The "Enhancing the Competitiveness of Small and Medium Size Enterprises project (ECOS)" in Uganda aims to increase the competitiveness of 1,000 Ugandan SMEs with the overall goal of creating employment and improving the employment situation of workers through increased income, secured jobs, and improved working conditions.

Tasks of the Deputy Team Leader:

Enhancing the Competitiveness of Small and Medium Enterprises in Uganda (ECOS) - Team Leader

The "Enhancing the Competitiveness of Small and Medium Size Enterprises project (ECOS)" in Uganda aims to increase the competitiveness of 1,000 Ugandan SMEs with the overall goal of creating employment and improving the employment situation of workers through increased income, secured jobs, and improved working conditions.

Tasks of the Team Leader:

Cluster Support in the Agricultural and Food-Processing Sector in Ethiopia

The backbone of Ethiopia’s economy is agriculture. It provides employment for about 68% of the working population and represents over 30% of the country’s GDP. A central goal of the Ethiopian Government is the structural transformation of the economy from low- to high productivity agriculture and industry. Hereby, the agricultural and food industry is considered to have great job creation and development potential. Nevertheless, the sector lacks productivity, innovative capacity, and investments that can trigger further economic growth and thus employment.

Team Leader Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone is one of the least developed countries in the world. The Human Development Index 2019 ranks Sierra Leone 181 out of 189 countries. Although poverty is decreasing, it remains very high at 52% (2018), with more than 10% even living in
extreme poverty.

Ethiopia Specialist for association promotion in the agricultural sector and Monitoring and evaluation

Agriculture and a diversified rural economy play a key role in the Ethiopian economy. Currently, agriculture employs about two-thirds of the total population and contributes about one-third of the gross domestic product (manufacturing industries about 25 %, service sector about 40 %). As a result of difficult access to technical and entrepreneurial advisory services, modern inputs, modern mechanisation and financing opportunities, most smallholder farmers in Ethiopia work with outdated technologies and are only marginally productive.

Ethiopia Specialist for public-private dialogue in the area of "Improving the framework conditions for agricultural investment"

Agriculture and a diversified rural economy play a key role in the Ethiopian economy. Currently, agriculture employs about two-thirds of the total population and contributes about one-third of the gross domestic product (manufacturing industries about 25 %, service sector about 40 %). As a result of difficult access to technical and entrepreneurial advisory services, modern inputs, modern mechanisation and financing opportunities, most smallholder farmers in Ethiopia work with outdated technologies and are only marginally productive.

Ethiopia - Expert for association promotion in the agricultural sector and capacity Development for associations

Agriculture and a diversified rural economy play a key role in the Ethiopian economy. Currently, agriculture employs about two-thirds of the total population and contributes about one-third of the gross domestic product (manufacturing industries about 25 %, service sector about 40 %). As a result of difficult access to technical and entrepreneurial advisory services, modern inputs, modern mechanisation and financing opportunities, most smallholder farmers in Ethiopia work with outdated technologies and are only marginally productive.

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